Book Review: ‘The End of Burnout’ by Jonathan Malesic
Is it really possible to bring an end to the burnout culture? How did we end up in this fix anyway? And is there a better way to build our lives and our relationship to work? These are the questions that Jonathan Malesic seeks to answer in his book, The End of Burnout: Why Work Drains Us and How to Build Better Lives.
2022 Resolutions: 1st Quarterly Review
Having a quarterly review helps us keep track of our new year’s resolutions, which in turn bring our closer to the goals we are called to do.
22 Goals and Resolutions for 2022!
Sharing ideas from how I go about setting my personal goals and resolutions for 2022, and inspiring you to set yours too!
Looking Back at 2021
Here are some of my highlights in 2021 – favorite posts, new design, mental health journey, and reflecting on my church ministry for 2022.
Book Review: Cal Newport’s “Deep Work: Rules for Focused Success in a Distracted World”
Cal Newport’s ‘Deep Work: Rules for Focused Success in a Distracted World’ talks about the importance of doing deep, focused work in our age of distractions.
Steven Toon on Embracing His Calling as Seagate Engineer, Theological Student and Cell Group Leader
Steven Toon is my ex-student from my first year teaching in Anderson Junior College (AJC). He is now 31 years old, works at Seagate as a process engineer. He is also..
Book Review: ‘The Voice of Jesus’ by Gordon Smith
I strongly recommend this book for Christians who want to better understand how they can discern God’s voice and call in their lives.